Posts Tagged ‘Daryl van Wouw’
The darylvanwouw store at the Prinsengracht is Amsterdam is closed since July 26th. With closing the store he says goodbye to his former partner Suit Supply.
The in China living designer want to focus on online retail, sales and distribution to stores and expanding his brand on the Asian market.
Daryl van Wouw is very thankful for the years of support but he is also happy to continue his journey independently. “The store and the collaboration with Suit Supply brought us a lot production and commercial knowledge. I have learned a lot from the pleasant collaboration and looking forward to get closer to my vision in designing and to explore my collection even further.” according to Daryl van Wouw.
The darylvanwouw-online store will open mid September.
After seeing his show during Amsterdam International Fashion Week we thought Daryl was doing very well… But rumor has it that the Daryl van Wouw shop in Amsterdam is closing there doors.
The reason to start an online shop and to focus more on the Asian market.
To be honest we find that very odd, is everything going well with Daryl…? will be continued
picture: Mireille Martis
Amsterdam International Fashion Week closed in style with a spectacular show of Club Brillant. The hall was very full some people couldn’t even sit down.From beginning to end we watched the show with a lot of enthusiasm. Dutch designers where presenting there most beautiful creations, with 60 models, this the most amount of models that has been walking for a show at AIFW.
We have seen creations of Daryl van Wouw, Elsien Gringhuis, Monique Collignon, Lew, LaDress, Mada van Gaans, MalouseBastiaan, Ontfront, And Beyond, Michael Barnaart van Bergen, Jeroen van Tuyl, Bibi van der Velden and Ilja Visser.
One of the highlights of Amsterdam International Fashion Week last week was Daryl van Wouw. Daryl was the conversation of the week and indeed!
The show started much later than expected. It was fully packed, that there were no seatings or standing places left anymore. Last Saturday Daryl showed his Spring/Summer collection inspired by the song ‘Paradise Circus’ of the American band Massice Attack. This collection is totally different then we expected from Daryl.
No ‘street’ look this time. But loud colors such as green, yellow, blue and red in all models hair. Daryl showed different designs like short dresses, shorts, jumpsuits and leather sandals. For all lovers he also showed some designs made of (soft) leather.
Particularly the show had a foreign look. I said it before, no ‘street’ look but we could call it ‘Street Chic’.
Pictures: Mireille Martis
The Swedish brand Triwa by Tritoni asked the Dutch fashion designer Daryl van Wouw to design a watch. In the countries the brand is active, they want to work with locale, prominent designers how fits the brand profile. Colour, discrepancy and affordable luxury are important themes within the watch collection and the darylvanwouw brand fits perfectly with the brand. Read More
In the battle against the plastic bags seven passionate students of the Univercity of Amsterdam invented the DEE Bag (Design, Eerlijk (honest), Ecologisch).
The limited-edition version, that is made in cooperation with the dutch designer Daryl van Wouw and Fair Trade Original, will be launched June 1st.
The DEE Bag will be supported by Igogreen to reduce the CO2 emit. The amount of CO2 that will be spared With the first 2000 DEE Bags is 22 ton, you can compare that with driving 5 times around the world.
Thanks to Igogreen the transport is fully CO2 neutral. The DEE Bag is totaly contribute to a better environment.
On Saterday fashion designer Monique Collignon presented her first fall/winter 2009/2010 prêt-à-porter collection. Last year she already presented a cruise collection, but the pricelevel was a lot higher. With this collection she put a lot of effort into the details. Ingenious hemed dresses, dresses embroider with beads, raglansleeves or ribbons and jackets with playfull seam lining. On the backside from a satin trenchcoat there was a big embroidery, the jeans also had embroidery on them. On the backpocket of the jeans there was the MC-logo and on the trouserleg there was a embroidery.
Niet alleen volwassen fashionista’s kunnen zich vanaf nu in designerkleding van Daryl van Wouw steken. Ook baby’s kunnen komen shoppen in de boetiek van de ontwerper in het centrum van Amsterdam.
Speciaal voor zuigelingen heeft de 31-jarige Van Wouw een grijze capuchontrui ontworpen. Vooralsnog liggen er zes stuks in de winkel, maar bij grote belangstelling wordt de oplage verhoogd, licht een
woordvoerder van de ontwerper maandag toe. De ‘babyhoodie’ is net als veel andere ontwerpen van de couturier bedrukt met een afbeelding van zijn hoofd, voorzien van een grote koptelefoon.